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Swynnerton Church - Monument to William Swynnerton: pen and ink drawing

'Swinnerton. On the North side of the Chancell engraven on an Alablaster table.' Showing a monument [now gone] of a man in armour and a wife, with a child between them and a collared dog at their feet. ...

Swynnerton Church - Statue of Jesus Christ: sepia wash drawing

'Statue in Swinnerton (sic) Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a large statue of Christ seat, with one arm missing. 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

T.E. Hulme Memorial Window, St Luke's Church, Endon

Memorial stained glass window dedicated to Thomas Edward Hulme (1883-1917) the locally-born poet who was killed in action in 1917 during World War 1. He is also commemorated in the Hulme family grave ...

Tablet in Blithfield Church - Mary Crawley : sepia wash

Tablet made of white marble, situated on the north side of the chancel. Inscribed in Latin to Mary Crawley, d. 27 August 1658. She afterwards married Lambard and Richardson. [The tablet is now in the ...

Tamworth Church - Monument of priest: sepia drawing

'Monument in the North Aisle of Tamworth Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a priest in a flowing gown with his feet on an animal, situated in an arched recess under two large windows in the north aisle.'J. ...

Tamworth Church - Monuments: sepia drawing

'Monuments in the Chancel of Tamworth Church, Staffordshire.' Showing the monuments as seen from the chancel side. Also showing the 18th century tombs behind iron railings, part of the clerestory, half ...

Tamworth Church - Tomb: tracing in ink

Tracing of a tomb showing a cross-legged knight, 'in the chancell on the North side,' with three shields of arms. Taken from the Harl. MSS. 2043. Art. 8 (24) British Museum. Anonymous.

Tettenhall Church - Tomb lid: tracing

'This figure cut in freestone lies flat, almost buried in grass on the North side of Tettenhall Church Yard, County of Stafford. S. S. 1794.' Showing a tomb lid with a full effigy, with hands at prayers, ...

The Armed Forces Memorial, National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas

This view was taken looking south east from the Visitor Centre towards the Armed Forces Memorial. The Armed Forces Memorial was dedicated in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen on 12 October 2007. ...

The Draycott Chapel, Draycott Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior taken at St. Margaret's Church, Church Lane, Draycott, Staffordshire.

The Font, Biddulph Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior with a view of the font at St. Lawrence's Church, Biddulph, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Heywood Memorial, Denstone

A postcard view taken in Denstone with the Heywood Memorial on the left and the building on College Road to the right is thought to be The Tavern public house. The Heywood Memorial is a sandstone memorial ...

The Old Chancel, Rugeley

A postcard view of part of the interior of the former St Augustine’s Church, in later years known as The Old Chancel. On the left under the window is a memorial for Thomas Launder, died 1670; it is ...

The Sleeping Children, Lichfield Cathedral

This postcard view shows one of the most famous monuments in Lichfield Cathedral is known as the Sleeping Children. It is a memorial to the Robinson children, Ellie Jane and Marianne, who died in 1812, ...

The Sleeping Children, Lichfield Cathedral

The most famous monument in Lichfield Cathedral is known as The Sleeping Children. It is a memorial to the Robinson children, Ellie Jane and Marianne, who died in 1812, soon after their father. It was ...

Tixall Church Yard - Table Tomb: pen and ink drawing

'Ancient Monument in Tixall Church Yard.' Showing the table tomb of Richard Biddulph, a servant of four members of the Aston family.'Heare Lieth Richard Biddulph....' [Born 1546, died 15 June, aged ...

Tixall Church, Stafford

This postcard was published by W. H. S. & S, Stafford. The card was posted during 1917 at Milford to an address in Egypt. Tixall parish church of St. John had a small congregation, as the parish ...

Tomb in Biddulph Church - 'William Bowyer' : sepia drawing

Tomb of William Bowyer, situated on the north side of the church. shows 10 coats of arms.With inscription and memorial poem.(See SV II.14b for a similar drawing.) Artist: 'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]...